How To Store Your Groceries

How To Store Your Groceries

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How To Make the Perfect Hard Boiled Egg Using Your Oven | healthylivinghowto.com

How To Make The Perfect Hard Boiled Egg Using Your Oven

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The Basics of Herbs by illustratedbites #Infographic #Herbs

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soft scrub for toilets, tub, and sinks

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10 Uses for Chia Seeds

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List of spices you should always have!

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The science of baking cookies... Have you ever wondered why chocolate chip cookies can be chewy, crisp, soft, flat, thick, cakey, greasy, bland, flavorful, moist, or crumbly? Tessa shares how various ingredients and techniques can affect the taste, texture, and appearance of your chocolate chip cookies. This will hopefully help you understand how chocolate chip cookies work so you can make the PERFECT batch every time, whatever you consider to be perfect.

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Compare Avocado and Salad Dressing

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Healthy Baking Substitutes

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The Dirty Dozen & The Clean Fifteen

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Organic Coconut Oil from Trader Joe’s – use for body moisturizer, hair mask, cuticle treatment…and cooking of course. Love it!

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@Chobani Greek Yogurt Conversion Chart :: I couldn't live without Chobani and no, I don't work for them. Try substituting their Greek yogurt for fatty ingredients and you'll be hooked too! It's an easy way to amp up your family's health. #GreekYogurt #Chobani #healthy #holidays

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Cream of chemical...no thanks. 2T butter + 2T flour (sauteed) + 1 c. milk. Add whatever (bouillon, dried mushrooms, etc.)...now I know how to substitute it!

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To clean showers and mildew Spray 3% hydrogen peroxide onto the walls of the shower and let it sit for a while. For tiles that have mold or mildew, this will start to loosen it up and clean it out. Depending on the amount of mold and mildew, you may need to leave the solution on longer, or repeat this treatment. Certainly using hydrogen peroxide, over time, will reduce or prevent mildew and mold from developing.

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cleaning that oily sticky residue off of appliances.(bar keepers)

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Greek yogurt substitutes

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recipe for clean dishes (dishwasher)

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Magazine rack for pot lids.

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Baked "Hard Boiled" eggs

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How to Microwave Popcorn in a Paper Bag: Much less expensive and healthier that the prepackaged version.

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Saving this idea for the Cold Days ahead! Hate scraping off ice! Ice Proofing the Car Windows with 2/3 Vinegar 1/3 water! Just spray on windows and ice will melt away! Totally making a bottle of this for this winter!

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How to clean off the labels.....so you can then get crafty with the container

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16 healthiest foods ever

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25 green cleaning recipes

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